The Master of Laws by Research (LLM) at UNSW prepares you for a career in advanced research, tertiary teaching, policy development in government, NGOs and inter-governmental agencies and professional leadership in legal practice and industry. You will enjoy a collegiate and dynamic research culture in an internationally renowned faculty where you will conduct a research project that makes a substantially original contribution to knowledge.
Completion of a recognised Bachelor of Laws degree with Honours 2 (1) which includes a substantial research component, or the equivalent.
The LLM requires a minimum of six terms and a maximum of two years of full-time study and preparation of a thesis of approximately 50,000 words. You will be supervised by experts in your chosen area, who will help you develop insights and your critical research skills in a supportive and stimulating environment. You will have annual progress reviews.